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ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

(OP)
hello, any body nowks the procedure to configurate the ip office to share the internet conexion

thanks

RE: ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

Do you mean share the internet connection or act as an ISDN router for your network?

RE: ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

(OP)
hello, kompupro
i have a internet ISDN conexion and a proxy program to share de conexion, can the ip office, makes to omit the program proxy,

the other is the ip office act as an ISDN router for my network

if you have any documentation about this topics, I will thank it to you a lot

RE: ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

Odelacruz,

You need to program a service as the standard link, make sure you use the standard firewall rule for blocking NetBios requests from making internet calls.

RE: ip offfice sharing the internet conexion

Try this

Creating a Connection to the Internet


1    Receive a copy of the configuration
2    Select Service in the Configuration Tree, right click and select NEW
3    Select Normal Service and click on OK
4    In the Service configuration form enter the following information:
        Name = Internet (just a label)
        Account Name = from your ISP
        Password = from your ISP
        Confirm Password = from your ISP
        Telephone Number = from your ISP
        Default Route = Selected
        Request DNS = Selected
5    Save and send the configuration to the IP Office
6    Use winipcfg /all or ipconfig /all to ensure your PC is using the IP Office as the DNS Server
O your PC make sure that your IP OFFice is the default gateway (TCP\IP properties.
Open Internet Explorer and open www.tek-tips.com

Good luck

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